Chlamydia, as a sexually transmitted disease (STD), is caused by the bacteria chlamydia trachomatis. For women, if left untreated, this infection can cause serious health danger, like PID (pelvic inflammatory disease), or even infertility. According to some researches, chlamydia infection can be even passed on from the mother to her child during childbirth. Thus, it's suggested to accept treatments as soon as possible for Chlamydia carriers.
Chlamydia affects both men and women and occurs in all age groups, though it's most prevalent among young women. Chlamydia isn't difficult to treat once you know you have it. In many cases, Early-stage chlamydia infections often cause few or no signs and symptoms. So an infection can last for weeks or months before it is discovered. This decides the fact that it can be easily passed on during sexual intercourse. In females, chlamydia symptoms generally include vaginal irritation, vaginal discharge, lower abdominal pain and burning feeling with urination.
Chlamydia carriers should go to see a doctor one you find abnormal discharge from your vagina or penis or if you have pain during urination. Besides, if your sexual partner reveals that he has this infection, you should also go to hospital for some test. Once confirming the disease, one should accept treatments as soon as possible or it may cause more serious diseases, such as PID and infertility. Especially for pregnant women, the disease is also possible to spread to her child during delivery, which may cause pneumonia or a serious eye infection in her newborn. If such a thing happens, it's undoubtedly a disaster for the whole family who should indulge in the happiness of the new life. According to some statistics, about 50 percent to 70 percent of the new born baby can be infected if the mother gets Chlamydia infection. For more serious cases, it may lead to death of the new born baby.
Because of the tremendous damage Chlamydia can cause, the treatments on it become more and more important for both patients and clinicians. If detected early on, chlamydia can easily be treated with antibiotics or herbal medicine, and the symptoms can be alleviated within 7 to 10 days. The common antibiotic drugs prescribed by doctors may include Tetracycline, Erythromycin, and sulfonamides. However, based on lots of clinical cases, Chlamydia can't be easily cured completely by antibiotics because all antibiotics will cause drug resistance in patients. Thus, herbal medicine maybe a better option like Fuyan Pill which is totally made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drug resistance. The efficacy of this pill has been confirmed by lots of cases.